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paul 4:00 a.m. start now. >>justine: good monday morning. i hope that you had a great weekend. we are starting off with a live look outside from our roof camera and san francisco. the time is 4:00 a.m.. >>james: in the east bay at oakland college, the site of a school massacre will reopen today. 70 boy were killed at oikos university on april 7th. seven people were killed. we also have video from a scene the day the rampage occurred three weeks ago. police say the gunman is
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behind bars, one goh has been charged in that crime. da lin visited the school. >>da: oikos administrators say it is time to close the wound into a real to the university. the school presidents did not want to appear on camera says the best way for students to heal is to help them return to normalcy. we have to overcome this difficult situation. many well-wishers stopped by the oakland camp as a terrorist acts. costs they also agree that reopening is the right thing to do. and time. they have to be would finish with a have started. >> the music and theology departments will start class's monday mornings a nursing students will not come back here. instead they will resume
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classicists seven other college in fremont. >> we will encourage each other. examine the university's president says they have about 50 incidents of the small nursing program. so far he says none of them have decided to leave.
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>>erica: patchy fog into the later evening hours. in terms of temperatures right outside the door, they're not too bad. as with advanced the clock, partial clearing. of the fog will continue to be pretty dance along the coastline. we d.c. improvement as we head into the 3:00 hour.
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as we turn our attention to the east bay you can see low seventies for antioch, the pittsburgh and fairfield. your 7 thereof the bay forecast does introduce you to the potential for char's beginning tomorrow. but we increase the possibility as we head into wednesday. most likely will was the widespread ran around the bay area destined never thursday.
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>>justine: there is a new report that highlights with pg&e knew about the gas line before it exploded in 2010 killing eight people. the report is from a 1989 investigation in which they determined a week a few miles south of san bruno is what caused a defective steam weld. that is the same well the defect believed to have caused the 2010 blast. pg&e says the findings of that investigation were
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inconclusive said the company was not forced to test the entire pipeline for defective welds. >>james: volunteers spent another weekend searching for sierra lamar. she vanished more than a month ago. within days of her disappearance, herself phone and a bag with her clothing were found. investigators say a large search on saturday said generated nose leads. thank maureen kelly spoke with of the missing teen parents and shows us the new faces joining the search. >>maureen: a team of volunteers walks a lonely stretch of the road armed with golf clubs, rubber gloves and sharp eyes as the the fact the tall grasses. there are looking for potential evidence. most in this group are volunteering for the first time. richard hernandez is on her second serves.
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from bakersfield to sacramento. it is amazing that they are coming out here. >> the volunteers in the group are among 150 that turned up on sunday. there were 200 volunteers on saturday. a much smaller turnout compared to their first week back in march when more than 600 people a day turned out. the search coordinator says they have at 5700 people held. even though volunteer turnout has dropped off, they are not discouraged. >> off the numbers we have at the beginning or extremely high. even now our numbers are starting to taper off, the professionals that have been involved, about her dad says it gets harder every day. he has seemed strange is showing up to find her. >> people coming out and
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still caring, it helps a lot. >> here you can see the sign outside that reads volunteers needed. those who want to help will have more chances coming up wednesday and saturday and more communities searches are planned. >>justine: ross mirkirimi will be scrutinized by the san francisco ethics commission today. mayor ed lee has asked a judge to force his former campaign manager to turn over her mobile phone records. once hey, your high speed internet here at home...
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>>mark: the san francisco civic center, amenities are celebrating earth day outdoors.
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>> we require for a walk and we saw a horrible mess, so we decided to help. we live there at the corner. we do not want it to be trashed. i think is pretty disgusting. >> local residents say they have seen this before. the trash was left behind by nameless, faceless offenders.
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>>mark: astronomers say a fireball reported above this year was actually a meteor burning up in the earth's atmosphere. law enforcement had a flood of calls coming in sunday morning after the st. rocketed across the sky. it rattled windows and shook homes. the believe the media brought up before reaching earth's surface. >>justine: we will take a break and be back with more after this including your weather forecast for the week. looks like rain is on the way.
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>>james: computers around the world may have been infected by hackers if an on-line advertising saddam year it the fbi is warning of computer owners to check for a virus called dss changer. it was used by hackers for fraud purposes. federal agents say they have caught the essence possible. windows and mac computers are affected and a lot of them are still up there. >>nichole: here is how fbi officials say you can check to see if your computer has been insulted. still to those of bi security but site in go to the area that says detect. click on the green logo that will take you to a page where you scroll down to a bottom to this language list. find your language and click on the link next to which which tells you whether your computer has been infected.
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if you are affected this red logo will pop up. if that happened, as a link would pop up that would directly to the web site gives you information on anti virus tools as well as cyber security experts who could help you remove the virus. the web site also offers information on the latest in the case as well as this type of nowhere. >>justine: cyber security has become a hot job market. many of those jobs remain unfilled. >> they are on the front lines defending america from cyber attacks.
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government and industry insiders say you are practically guarantee a job in cyber security if you have the right stuff. >> there is a lack of expertise in the there are a lot of people clamoring for people who know the internet world and can work in this area. >> last year the department of homeland securities are repeated tests responded to more than 106,000 cyber attacks. i must more cyber experts are trained, the economy could be its biggest casualty. thousands of experts already work in the federal government that there is a desperate need for more. >> we need people who are analysts, engineers, hard experience intelligence as it relates to the site for universal. >> george washington university is on a short list of institutions answering the need. they will launch a master's program in cyber security this fall.
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>> we get phone calls all the time from industry and government wanting to hire students and to find students who have this expertise and training. there are not enough people. we're educating them as quickly as we can clearly n.y. half >> it takes a long time to learn how to be a site for security experts. >> he believes the six-eight year grooming process could be keeping people away. >>justine: the vhs has created scholarships, fellowships and internship programs.
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>>mark: in new york the search will resume today for a missing 6 year-old who vanished back in 1979. the fbi is tearing out a basement for any sign of the boy. a law-enforcement source says no human remains have been found but they are checking on a possible blood stains. >>justine: the northeast is about to get pounded with snow. we are dealing with average temperatures and also possibly rain. >>erica: at temperatures today will be a little bit cooler than the seasonal average. there are no real surprises in the forecast. al little bit of low cloud cover overlooking downtown san francisco but temperatures are not too bad. we are sitting in the '50s. in terms of the fog, 10 mi. of the visibility which is good. kabaka of the resolution be
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exactly where the numbers are expected to go into the aftermath, by lunchtime we could see widespread low sixties around the bay area but by 3:00 p.m., afternoon highs will not budge much. partly cloudy skies and a little bit of fog situated along the coastline. for the most part, low-mid- 60's for the entire bay area. here is a quick look at exactly where the numbers are expected to go.
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we could squeeze out los 70's for fairfield and antioch. the satellite and radar picture does show clear conditions for the most part over the bay area. we do have a storm system situated in the pacific. it is a pretty slow moving system. the first slight potential for rainfall in the bay area is actually on tuesday. it looks like we will see widespread showers around the bay area just-in-time for thursday. we will continue to monitor the forecast over in the traffic center.
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a high wind advisory was issued overnight for the bay bridge this morning. be aware of that. are there are no problems or delays on the san mateo bridge. the ride is 14 minutes from end to end. a quick check from the golden gate, the traffic to deal with your ride southbound into san francisco. a quick check of a traffic maps shows all is well coming off of the altamont pass. >>james: investigators say it appears a man found dead following a fiery standoff is the man wanted for a sacramental crime spree. the crime spree said down interstate 846 hours. sheriff's deputies surrounded an apartment building and exchanged gunfire with someone inside.
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>> jasmine weaver remained inside of her apartment while the standoff between the suspect as deputies to place. she snapped this picture of the whole the suspect created and through that hole, she watched, fearing what he would do next. >> i saw him lighting the fire. i could see through the apartment. >> deputies evacuating residents that they could get out without putting them in harm's way. many residents have followed the events from an earlier in the day. eventually, weaver was able to leave her apartment. >> were you scared? >> yes. very scared. >>james: the suspect has been identified. and relatives say his marriage was falling apart and he was awaiting felony robbery charges.
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>>justine: a massive explosion rocked a mcdonald's, it's started inside of a truck carrying two propane tanks. the tanks started to leak and that is one static electricity sparked the propane and a fireball shot out. >> i thought it was a bomb or something. it was bad. the flames were shooting out. >> we fought mcdonald's was quick to catch on fire. >> the several others including children escaped without injury. >>james: here is a live look outside. a full check on their forecast coming up.
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>>justine: controlling your dreams is no longer a sci-fi fantasy. marc cherry shows us there is an apt for that. >> segment is an application created by harvard student designed to program your dreams. one tech writer david a try. >> people of the application before going to bed. choose from a list of about 1000 words. these are things you want to show up in your dreams. >> the words come up in a number of different categories. the application calculates when you would reach gramm sleep and that is what a soft female voice repeats your selected words over your iphone speaker. it is based on a sleep study that found it was possible altered drains about one- third of the time.
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>> my hope is that people use this to visualize themselves doing well. >>james: we will take a break and be right back. here is another look outside, a live view from the golden gate bridge.
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>>justine: there was a special memorial for the victims of the deadly out crash. one person was killed and four others remained lost at sea.
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>> friends of the five sailors to the bay to pay their respects. more than 100 boats formed a giant circle in the water. during the memorial, organizers fired off five shots into the air, one for each of the five people killed in the accident last weekend. they held a moment of silence in and released flowers into the water. the memorial ended at about 8:00 p.m. on saturday night. those of the victims did not want to go on camera and those watching from land say it was a fitting tribute. >> the above the water and they loved the bay. this is a great place to have a memorial. >> the memorial ended with boats is blasting their horns on a final time.
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>>james: in petaluma, friends, family and students gathered to raise money for a murdered second grade teacher. >> my friend means a lot to me. i know she is going through a hard time. >>justine: the neighborhood watch volunteer that fatally shot an unarmed teenager is free right now. george zimmerman was released from a florida jail a few hours ago on a $150,000 bail.
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as he left security paper bag and it did not look in the direction of photographers. he was fitted with an electronic monitoring device. zimmerman says treyvon martin was shot in self- defense. the case has sparked national outrage indulgence of demonstrations. >> people are traveling far and wide to the beach. >> in this a beautiful day during the
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>> liver is scheduled early in the week and we happen to be able to stay the weekend. >> the numbers posted to do not lie. it actually said 80 degrees and that is the foreign in. taking it look at the water, it sells it is warm. they look down the beach is all you need is proof of the summer like crowds to go with the weather. >>james: erica has an update on today's forecast. >>erica: we do have a little bit of fog this morning. as we head into the afternoon, mid-60's at best. you can see fog and the distant but it looks like that will increase as we head into the next couple of
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hours but the cloud cover and fog is keeping temperatures on the mild side. as we check out future cast 4, it looks like into the 6:00 hour we have pretty dense fog blanketing the entire bay area. as the advanced the clock to lunchtime we will see partial clearing in the east bay. >>erica: here is a look a year expected highs.
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>>erica: by friday we will try things out and see temperatures back into the '70s.
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the golden gate an easy commute from marin county into san francisco. more weather and traffic coming up shortly. >>justine: the golden gate turns 75 next month. >> on sunday, may 27th, hundreds of thousands are expected to descend to celebrate the anniversary of the golden gate bridge. officials are warning visitors to be prepared for significant traffic delays. in order to avoid total gridlock, the roads inside the nearby presidio will be closed almost all vehicles.
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traffic on doyle drive will not be stopped all the delays are likely. all traffic along marine a boulevard will be stopped and that there will be no public parking here at christie field, marina green or anywhere inside of the presidio.
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>>justine: much more ahead on this monday morning, new live pictures into the newsroom showing us what eight nor'easter it looks like. it is a wet, cold in massed along the east coast. there rain storm is expected to bring 4 in. of rain. in some areas it is snowing in april, we will be brought back.
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>>justine: mitt romney is getting a taste of what could be a critical test in the campaign after taking a conservative stance on illegal immigration, he is coming under pressure to hold his ground on that issue. >> i want to get a special thanks. >> this event for gop leaders was a part of his victory lap, his celebration
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of its status as the likely gop nominee. >> to take back the white house and the senate and to keep the house. >> a question has come up on the subject of illegal immigration. the issues at the center of a fierce debate in arizona, home to the toughest immigration laws of the country. >> i do not think that laws like arizona should be a model for the community. >> marco rubio reignited the issue this week when he weighed in on the dream act, a bill that would the children of illegal immigrants on the path to citizenship. he is proposing a version of the bill that would not offer citizenship but some kind of legal status. >> i feel like we have to figure out a little comedy the young people found themselves in that unfortunate circumstance. >> a spokesperson for about a statement saying he will study and consider the proposal.
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>> romney has staked out a conservative position on the and reported. >> if you want to create a real job for u.s. citizen tomorrow, deport illegal aliens today. it actually works. >> an informal adviser for immigration law he told cnn he does not expect from a to moderate his stance. >> i think it would be unusual for a national presidential candidates to back away from statements he has made his debates and he has not shown any sign of doing so. >> he says he sought romney's response as an endorsement of the measure. >> seek them out, fine them and arrest them? some >> use the model year in arizona. >> he stated publicly that
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there is a lot of law should be a model for immigration law and he is correct. >> the romney campaign says he was not endorsing the law, only the states e verify system that is used by employers to confirm the legal status of workers.
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>>mark: 50 patients a good vintage a free dental care on monday. those waiting include the homeless and to the uninsured.
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25 professionals donated their time. >>erica: right now there is a lot of cloud cover run the bay area. temperatures are mild. widespread '50s as he stepped outside the door.
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around noon we should start to see some '60s. the upper 50s along the coastline. low-mid-60s by the 3:00 hour. oakland with a high of 61 and partly sunny skies. as a turn our attention to the 7 day around the bay forecast, we do have the potential for wet weather.
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and >>justine: we have much more ahead on this monday morning. here is a live look outside as to take a quick break. this is 680 on walnut creek. your next weather and traffic update is less than 10 minutes away. sports right after this. but hey, your high speed internet here at home...
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cleveland indians, 5-1. the san jose sharks failed to get a victory in st. louis on saturday. >>justine: we're live in oakland on the scene of an accident, will have live details. george zimmerman is now at of jail and there is a new lamborghini for sale. a lamborghini suv. that is what is coming up. stay with us. that is what is coming up. stay with us. never in my lifetime did i think i could walk 60 miles in 3 days. 60 miles in 3 days is-- is huge.
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>>darya: a robbery as well but a witness at an open gas station. >>mark: oikos university is set to reopen this week. >>darya: the community watch a volunteer who fatally shot treyvon martin is out on bail. we will bring you the latest. >>mark: here is the attack on the commute and weather. >>james: it is not talking now but it could be later this morning. low clouds, fog and maybe even coastal drizzle. temperatures will warm into the sixties, maybe the low seventies this afternoon. this evening, patchy fog returns and it was a mile or nine.
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>>george: we are continuing to look at light traffic around the bay area. the upper deck of the bay bridge is clear. and traffic is light around the bay area. crusts off to a the end 101 our problem free. >>darya: of new this morning, a gas station cash year could have been shot by a woman attempting to rob the fleas had it not been for a man making his nightly delivery. they attempted robbery happened around 9:45 p.m. at the a.m.-pm gas station. will tran is joining us live from the scene to pick up the story. >>will: this was foiled because of a guy making his fuel delivery. he was outside it noticed something strange happening inside.
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he saw the woman doing something suspicious and here is video of what she was apparently packing. she was carrying a gun. he was able to get that away and then, she ran away. we spoke with in the oakland police department here is what they had to say. >> the suspect entered the station with a firearm and demanded money. one employee was able wrestled the gun away from the suspect.
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all >>mark: the oakland college that was the site of a school massacre is set to reopen today. seven people were killed on april 2nd. the victims included six students in a school receptionists. this was the scene on the day of the rampage three weeks ago. a one goh has been charged with seven counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder. >>darya: george zimmerman is free on bail. he was released a few hours ago on a $150,000 bail.
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zimmerman has been fitted with an electronic monitoring device. zimmerman says he shot treyvon martin in self- defense. >>darya: volunteers and another began on the hunt for sierra lamar.
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she vanished as she left her house and was headed to school and morgan hill more than a month ago. within days after disappearing, herself phone and a bag of clothes was found. investigators are now saying a large research on saturday did not generate any new leads. >> we were spoiled at the beginning. the numbers we had at the beginning were extremely high. numbers are starting to taper off as expected. >>darya: there are two additional searches planned for wednesday and saturday. in the meantime, in new york, there is a search for a sixth year-old who vanished in 1979. he was on his way to school
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showers around the area in terms of light rain. the best shot at steady rain will be thursday. >>darya: a new report highlights wikipedia he knew about the gas line before exploded killing eight people. the report is for 1989. there was an investigation in which pg&e determined that the league, just south of san bruno was caused by a defective seem weld creepy ginny says that investigation was not conclusive so the company was not forced to do the testing of the entire 51 mile-long pipeline. >>mark: will be right back with the latest on the weather coming up after the break.
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corporate roof rack for a of rain are expected auroral where. james gammon here is new- line neon here in northeast sri the puzzle we're talking to others morning. kings are going to this serious today. how kantor's storm warnings and the tracks. tripoli has per paul keating severe winter weather. western pennsylvania and new york are dealing with potential for another foot of snow coming down today. face when a storm warnings in effect for ohio and a lot of nasty weather through new
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england this morning. so the only airport currently dealing with the delays is philadelphia international. if they have 55 minutes travel delays because of inclement weather. over the west coast, we're doing pretty good. fog and cloud cover. as we push in we will switch gears and look at fog tracker 4 fair to take a all the how the cloud cover will affect the day. take a look. 6:00 a.m., widespread cloud cover over the bay area. temperatures right now are rather mild. by 3:00 p.m. will get some decent clearing over most of the bay area but most of the coast line will be affected. it will start mostly cloudy and ended the afternoon partly sunny. it is not too bad on the golden gate but we do expect the fog to drop and lower
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and start impacting the bridge later this morning. for mid-upper 50s throughout most of the bay area and it will look like this throughout the afternoon. mid-upper 60s across the south bay. it will warm to 68 for the valley. to the east we go. the livermore valley, mid- 60s. mid-60's through a lot of the san ramon valley. across the north bay, the wine country, 62 for petaluma, 64 for santa rosa, 63 in napa. your 7 day around the bay is coming up shortly. this weekend that there are changes to talk about. the possibility of rain across the bay. >>george: a quiet start to the morning commute. we are not tracking and the hot spots. here's a quick look at the bridges. the upper deck is pretty
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clear during an easy ride across the stand. your ride on the san mateo bridge, no problems this morning. the changeable message signed is not activated. no problems for your trip across the stand. the golden gate, an easy ride to and from marin county. we will start with a look on the east a ride. green on the sensors means speeds are at 50 mi. per hour or better. that covers the entire east bay in the south bay freeways. the peninsula is an easy ride, so is your trip to marin county on a one-to-one southbound. the drive time is at about 22 minutes. >>darya: investigators say it appears a man found dead following a fiery standoff is the man wanted for a sacramento crime spree. it's the incident showed down interstate 80 for six hours and included six carjackings, a man attacked and a stolen tractor.
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we spoke with a witness about what happened next. >> he looked craze. >> jasmine weaver remained inside of her apartment while the standoff between the suspect and the deputies took place. she snapped this picture of the whole the suspect created in this side of the apartment, fearing what he would do next. >> a soft liquoring and i saw him light the fire. >> you watched him light a fire? >> yes. deputies evacuating residents that they could get out without putting them in harm's way. many residents have followed the events earlier in the day. eventually, weaver was able to leave her apartment. >> were you scared? >> i was very scared. >>darya: the suspect has been identified as jimmy graves. family members say that his
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marriage was falling apart and has been awaiting felony robbery charges. >>mark: one's person was hurt after a massive explosion rocked a mcdonald's in southern california. it started inside of a truck carrying two propane tanks. apparently, the tanks could not handle the heat. they started to leak and than static electricity sparked the propane and a fireball shot out. >> i thought it was a bomb. it was bad. flames were shooting up the. >> the flames were so big. we thought the mcdonald's was going to go up and fire. >>mark: the driver of the truck was burned but several others including children escaped without injury. >>darya: a fireball above the sierra was a meteor boarding up in the earth's atmosphere. there was a flood of phone calls just after 8:00 a.m.. witnesses say it looks like a fireball streaking across
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the sky. there was a bang heard from nevada through california that rattled windows and shook homes. astronomers believe the media broke up before it reached earth. >>mark: a live look outside as we're watching conditions around the bay area and the fog rolling in over san francisco. thick sauce
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>>mark: here is a live look at the golden gate. fog in the wind. the fog is going to cool things down and get started to yesterday. the cool down continues today. we could see maybe a shower tomorrow. we are expecting heavy drizzle. rain on wednesday and
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thursday morning. clouds with increasing son friday. the weekend looks nice, warming back up near 80 degrees inland. 60s near the coast. >>darya: good! >>darya: in san francisco the average gas prices $4.21. the average across the state is down to $4.17. >>mark: we will take we can get. mitt romney could be the likely republican presidential nominee but that does not mean he has stopped campaigning. he spoke at a dinner in
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pennsylvania on sunday before the state has its primary tomorrow. instead of mentioning gop rivals he took aim at the president of the economy. and >> he likes to say that he inherited the recession, it is all the fault of george bush. it is true that he did not cause the recession, but he did not make things better. he did not get the recovery under way fast enough. as a result people continue to suffer. he wants to take credit for any improvement but if you look at everything he has done, the things he has done have not helped. >>mark: to three states will have their primaries tomorrow, the president will clinch the nomination and his campaign says they are already focused on the general lection. >>darya: we are back in a couple of minutes to get you going on this monday morning. here is a live look outside.
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dark, but clear on the bay bridge. we will be right back.
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>>mark: a robbery foiled at a gas station. oikos university is reopening. george zimmerman released from a florida jail just a few hours ago. $150,000 bail. zimmerman says he shot treyvon martin in self- defense. >>darya: here is a quick look at weather and traffic. >>james: here is a look at the san mateo bridge. slight haziness.
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here's a breakdown of what we expect throughout the day. low cloud cover and fall with temperatures in the '50s. this afternoon, clear and sunny. temperatures in the '60s-low 70's. we will have a full look at whether coming up in a moment. >>george: we are continuing to monitor light conditions around the bay area. the bridges look good. we are not tracking and the hotspots. >>darya: let's get to a developing story. will tran is live following an attempted robbery at a gas station. >>will: the hero and all of this is a fuel tank delivery guy. he was outside dropping off
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fuel like she does every nine. it is quite a distance from inside of the convenience store. for whatever reason something drew his attention inside, he saw was was not and slowly crept did without drawn the attention of this would-be robber. here is video that we got of what she was carrying at the time. apparently she had a gun, he came up behind her, a bear hug her and wrestled the gun away from her. no one was injured including the suspect. if we spoke with the guy in here is what he had to say. >> i came in to get gas. i was at the atm. i heard someone say, give me the money or you will get shot. i saw a woman pointing a gun at the cashier.
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i canceled my transaction and started walking toward the back of the store, as a turnaround a dove and grabbed her, took the gun and then locked the doors. >> the woman was able to escape the scenes. it looked like she fled on foot. there were no cars outside when she left the scene. he conceded customers inside. this is a very busy place. this is right down the road from the oakland airport and oakland coliseum. a lot of people come by here every day. there's always someone out here. for this to happen, the woman must have been pretty involved purify we are hoping to get video. the manager comes in at 8:00 a.m..
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far hopefully we will get our hands on the video to show you exactly what happened. half will >> police came here a few minutes after it happened but by then the witness was gone. the doors locked from 1:00 a.m.-5:00 a.m.. had this happened a little bit later, no one would have been able to go inside the bus at 9:45 a.m., the doors open freely and that is how she was able did in. >>mark: we are watching what
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looks to the big drop on wall street. dow futures are sharply lower. there are political worries with the first round of presidential elections in france and the netherlands. asian stocks are falling showing a contraction in chinese manufacturing. dow futures are down 133 points ahead of the opening bell. >>darya: oikos university is set to reopen today. seven people were killed during the shooting on april 7th. the victims included six students and a school receptionist. here was the scene on the day of the shooting three weeks ago. the gunman, a former student named one goh. he is charged with seven counts of murder in the three counts of attempted murder. there were three survivors.
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the school president says while most students will take losses in the same building when this shooting happened, nursing students will be moved to another facility. >>mark: in a florida, george zimmerman is out on bail. he was released from a florida jail just a few hours ago on $150,000 bond. there he is carrying a paper bag with a bulletproof vest under his clothing. the sheriff's office says he was fitted with an electronic monitoring device. he shot treyvon martin in self-defense. the case sparked a national outrage and dozens of demonstrations before his arrest. >>darya: ross mirkirimi will be scrutinized by the san francisco ethics commission today. the chronicle reports the mayor asked a judge to force his campaign manager to turn over her mobile phone records. lee wants to remove mercury me after mirkirimi pleaded
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guilty in a case involving domestic violence. city leaders believe the records show evidence the he tried to dissuade people from helping with the investigation. >>mark: we will be right back of a kron4 news. a live chat outside as to what conditions around the bay, waiting for skies to britain on this monday morning. every day, an average of 5,000 people
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>>justine: or la kron4 this room and watching snow. a nor'easter is bringing a foot of snow in some places along the east coast. this is in a pennsylvania where the snow is really coming down right now.
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some parts of comes of 80 and upstate new york will see almost a foot. 6 in. of snow have already been dumped in the lake ontario region. all could see anywhere from 5-9 in.. >>mark: and oakland one person was injured in a hit and run. a car was set on fire and a guard rail call was damaged. it happened at around 2:40 a.m.. the second vehicle fled the scene immediately after the crash and has not been located. >>darya: half of college graduates are either unemployed or underemployed. an analysis shows young adults was bachelor's degrees are increasingly scraping by on lower wage jobs.
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all >>mark: we will be right back as the kron4 news continues. here is a live look outside as we're watching conditions around the bay. traffic looks like it is moving pretty smoothly. a high of 65 this afternoon.
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>>darya: a special memorial for a deadly yok-clear da
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lin joined the memorial. >>da: friends of the five sailors to to the bay to pay their respects. more than 100 votes formed a giant circle and the giants waters. during the memorial, organizers fired off five shots into the ear, one for each of the five people killed in the yachting race accident last weekend. they held a moment of silence and released flowers into the water. the memorial lasted an hour ending on a saturday night. they had a somber mood. those who knew the victims did not want to go on camera. those watching from land say it was a fitting tribute. >> it is nice, especially on a beautiful day like today. they loved the water in her
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loved the bay. >> it is pretty impressive. >> the memorial ended with those blasting their horns and one final time to say farewell to their five friends. >>mark: in petaluma, friends, family and students gathered to raise money for a killed teacher. as she was going through a divorce and her husband killed her and turned the gun on himself. lot >> my friend meant a lot to me. i know she is going to a hard time. i thought that it would be good to help her out with the support. >> the fund raiser at walnut park took in about $1,000. >>justine: here is what is happening right now in the kron4 news room. a boeing 757 from hawaii has
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now landed safely at los angeles international after the pilot reported engine trouble this morning. here is what we have learned about the issue, in all the crews are on hand when the american airlines flight with 145 people on board touch down without any incident about a half an hour ago. there are no details about what the and in clause is but we are hearing that people are safe. i will keep you updated as soon as new information comes into the kron4 news room. >>darya: let's get a look at whether. not everyone was talking about how hot it was of the weekend. >> a more noticeable change between sunday and today. it will be cooler than yesterday. here is a live of youth on of walnut creek. traffic is moving well and visibility is predicted.
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let's talk about what is happening right now, temperatures in the mid- upper 50s. as for how temperatures will develop today, let's turn to future cast 4. the clock is set cereus will see a list of 60s is 60 serious since possibility of the '70s near tracy fifth if the map does not change a lot, even as the advance to 3:00 p.m.. the cloud cover keeps the sun from giving as a dramatic difference between morning and afternoon temperatures. the temperatures are it will be rather flat for of the day. widespread '60s with the possibilities of getting into the inland areas in the low seventies. here is a more specific look at the flight around the bay. generally 62 around san jose.
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the ife valleys are born to look like this. those of the two candidates including fairfield, were with my see 70 degrees on meat thermometer fief of most of these they will be in a low-mid-70s. los '60s as the head south and across the north bay, off 62 near petaluma. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. the weather will be unsettled as we headed to the big flip-flop wednesday and thursday we stand a pretty good chance of seeing what whether all around the bay area kite debt and >>george: we're looking at a pretty good writer on the
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bay area. we are not tracking any problems, hot spots or delays. heavy traffic on 580 for your ride out of the old law passed. no delays if you're headed to the bridge. on this and take a bridge, an easy ride. the right side of your screen is the commute direction. the golden gate northbound and southbound, the crews have finished and in the fourth lane. we are fully set for the morning commute southbound. looking at the traffic maps and picking up the ride in the east bay, interstate 80, there is no slowing yet. 680, heavy traffic here for the rest of the right looks pretty good. the south bay freeways are delayed free. even the 101 into 92 interchanges looks good. for the public transit, no
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problems for bart >> ace train or caltrain. >>darya: so much for world peace. an oklahoma city player was elbowed. costs they're going to have to figure out what will happen for his punishment. the other player left the game with concussion like symptoms.
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>>mark: the oakland a's -- the angels are struggling. that is helping in the oakland a's. the oakland a's begin a series against the white sox tonight. the giants had their game rained out against the mets, their play a doubleheader today. call the blues will now face the l.a. kings. but the blues knocked out the vancouver canucks with a two-one is win. >>darya: we are back with more in a couple of minutes.
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>>darya: is a good morning. we're taking a look fabulously are assembling conditions at the golden safe. a little bit hazy and traffic is moving well. we are looking at big changes in the weather fury if a huge difference between saturday and sunday and now another difference as we head downward even more. today and tomorrow things will cool off and the chance of showers will roles and tuesday into wednesday fan thursday. los and we're looking at thursday for the rain in the morning. wednesday there could be some light afternoon rain. the weekend looks nice. >>erica: i am falling some help headlines, researchers claim to finally know the cause of brain freeze.
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previously it was limited to those who suffer from migraines. and increase blood flow to the brain half located behind the eyes, when an influx of what passes through the arteries, brain freeze occurs. phil read more on a study in how to prevent frame freeze i have a link on our facebook fan page. >>mark: this is a lamborghini suv. it was just unveiled, 600 horsepower. a crossover with 24 in. wheels. it is a high-performance to be helpful. it is a concept car of a lamborghini scenes set fun building of of 3000 deaf which would make it the largest selling land of any 543 f. film of the initial terms until to the of the 17th year if >>darya: you have a car big enough for the kids off and
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then what question life for >>darya: coming out, and overnight attempted robbery was broken up by a quick thinking truck driver. we're live in oakland with details. for george the demand is out of jail has more info and a nor'easter is slamming the east coast. we will show you the latest pictures and problems in pennsylvania and new england.
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